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Congratulations to Chris Hyland for winning a doctoral SSHRC award in the 2014 competition.  >
George Colpitts, Pemmican Empire: Food, Trade, and the Last Bison Hunts in the North American Plains, 1780-1882. >
More than one hundred faculty, students, and community members participated in the conference, "Energy in the Americas: Critical Reflections on Energy & History", on October 23 and 24.   >
Dr. Elizabeth Jameson became the president of the Western History Association (WHA) at the society’s annual meeting, October 16-18, 2014, in Newport Beach, California. >
The Department of History was well represented at the Western Conference on British Studies recently.  >
In recognition of her “outstanding contributions to research at an early career stage at the University of Calgary,” Dr. Amelia Kiddle received a 2014 Killam Emerging Research Leader Award.  >
Petra Dolata invited to be part of the German delegation to the 29th German Canadian Conference "The Future of Engery." >
Roger L. Nichols (emeritus, University of Arizona) joins the Department of History as a Fulbright visiting scholar for fall 2014 >
New Perspectives 2014: THe Great War's Shadow draws many scholars to Lake Louise.  >
Andrew McEwen's paper entitled "Maintaining the Mobility of the Corps" was well received at a recent conference on the history of medicine and medical humanities.  >
Stuart Barnard recently presented his research on bible distribution in British North America at the annual meeting of the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing in Antwerp,... >
Three department members “walked a mile in her shoes” on September 18 to raise funds for the YWCA >
A New Book Co-Edited by Amelia Kiddle: La expropiación petrolera Mexicana en la prensa de Latinoamérica (The Mexican Oil Expropriation in the Latin American Press) >
Chris Hyland and Ursula McFadyen each presented papers at the International Standing Conference for the History of Education at the University of London. >
Visit Stampede Park this week to see the work of recent Department graduate Dr. Christine Leppard and PhD Candidate Shannon Murray. >

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